How to get to John Wayne Airport
John Wayne Airport can be driven to from the San Diego (I-405) Freeway, the Costa Mesa (SR-55) Freeway and the Corona Del Mar Free Way/San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Toll Road (SR-73).
Rental cars are available at the airport. Rental car companies are based at on the arrival level, which is located on the lower level of the airport between Terminals A and B. Rental cars must be returned to the lower level of Parking A2 and B2, which can be accessed from the Ground Transportation Center.
As a rough guide, a taxi from Disneyland to John Wayne Airport will cost roughly $40 USD. It might be difficult to flag a taxi down unless you're travelling from the Hollywood and Downtown LA area. Therefore, it's advised that you pre-book a taxi before, which, the person(s) in charge of your accommodation should be happy to help with.
There are also many taxi apps available in the city, with Lyft, Uber and Wingz permitted to drive to John Wayne Airport.
John Wayne Airport doesn't have its own train station. The nearest train stations are in Irvine, Santa Ana and Tustin, which are all around 10 miles away from the airport.
iShuttle provides a shuttle bus from Tustin Metrolink Station to the airport on Route A. But, with other stations, you'd need to find an alternative way of getting to the airport.
There is an express bus that travels between Disneyland and John Wayne airport.
Other than that, Orange Country Transportation Authority, shortened to OCTA, drive to John Wayne Airport on Route 76.
The iShuttle Route A also drives to the airport.